Don't you love it when an idea or tip works? If I had time, I'd try a bunch of the interesting suggestions on Pinterest.
Here are some things my brainstorming yielded recently:
1. I noticed how often I click on links to books on Facebook. When talking about my book on my author page, I included the link to Amazon. Someone clicked on it and purchased The Moses Conspiracy. Yay!
2. Scripture tells us that we need to make our requests known to God. He wants us to ask. That got me thinking. Would that principle work with people? Why not ask my Facebook friends if they'd heard about my author page? I then requested them to visit and "like" it. I now have seven new "likes."
3. Follow-up is vital. So is showing our gratitude. I'm so thankful for the many friends and acquaintances, who take a few minutes to comment, share posts, follow me on various social media, and do any number of nice things. I do my best to reciprocate. Relationship involves more than me, myself, and I.
Writers and Readers: Does an author request/link prompt you to take action? What makes the scale tip in that direction?
BTW - The Moses Conspiracy on Kindle can be found here.
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